Tag: Interviewing

Tips to move from Interview to Offer

Congratulations on making it to the interview stage of the process.  That means hiring managers are liking the skills and qualities you’ve shared in your application documents (resume, cover letter, transcript, online assessment, writing sample, etc).  If you are continuing to get the interviews but not the job offer, let’s consider some of the reasons…

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Quick Tips to Prepare for Your Graduate Admissions Interview

As you submit your application for the Round 3 deadline of February 28th (or another upcoming application deadline), you should also be thinking about how to best prepare for Graduate School interviews. The interview is another aspect of your application which helps us assess your experiences, accomplishments, goals and fit for Babson and your program…

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Graduate Students and Employers Connect at 2016 Just-In-Time Fair

What do a brewing company, a Swiss chocolatier and a national drone training school provider have in common? They all attended the 2016 Graduate Just-In-Time Career Fair at Babson College . 40 employers of varying shapes and sizes, including 53% who were open to hiring international students, descended upon Knight Auditorium on April 6 to locate the…

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The Key to Successful Landings: The Babson Graduate School Mock Interview Team

In this ever-changing job market, it’s imperative that students prove that they have the skills, experiences, and desire to do the job successfully.   Mock interviews help to prepare students for an actual interviews because they provide feedback which can help students enhance and improve their skills. Students can practice mock behavioral interviews on Tuesday and…

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Leveraging Your Personal “Code Halo”

This post was written by Jaclyn Gaines ’16, CCD Peer Career Ambassador. I recently read the book, Code Halos: How the Digital Lives of People, Things, and Organizations are Changing the Rules of Business, which is written by Malcolm Frank, Paul Roehrig, and Ben Pring. Essentially, the book talks about Big Data and how it…

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